Watershed Educational Providers

1854 Treaty Authority

The 1854 Treaty Authority is an Inter-Tribal Natural Resource Management Organization that manages the off-reservation hunting, fishing and gathering rights of the Grand Portage and Bois Forte Bands of the Lake Superior Chippewa in the territory ceded under the Treaty of 1854.

1854 Treaty Authority
4428 Haines Road
Duluth, MN 55811


Marne Kaeske
(218) 722-8907

Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center

Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center provides comprehensive educational programs that contribute to increased understanding and appreciation of natural resources management practices through the Boulder Lake Management Area which provides an interpretive window to showcase resources management including

7328 Boulder Dam Road
Duluth, MN 55803


Ryan Huffmeier
(218) 721-3731

City of Duluth

To promote the health and well-being of our community, environment and economy by facilitating recreational opportunities and coordinating the enhancement of our parks, facilities and natural resources now and into the future.

Duluth Parks & Recreation
City Hall, Ground Floor
411 West First Street
Duluth, MN 55802


Megan Lidd, Recreation Specialist
(218) 730-4335

City of Superior Environmental Services

To represent the interests of those whom we serve; City Residents, City Administration and the Businesses who have chosen to provide employment opportunities to this community. To meet and maintain the high water quality standards as outlined in our discharge permit. To safely meet these challenges using the most efficient application of human and financial resources available to us.
To do these things in a professional manner with openness, honesty, and integrity.

51 E 1st Street
Superior, WI 54880


Megan Hogfeldt
(715) 394-0392

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

To promote the education and cultural growth of the community in natural resources and the environment. The Environmental Institute supports and coordinates education, research, and outreach that serve our greater community.

Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College Environmental Institute
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720


Courtney Kowalczak
(218) 879-0862

Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

GLIFWC is an agency of eleven Ojibwe tribes in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, all signatories to treaties retaining off-reservation treaty rights.

GLIFWC is committed to the implementation of its members’ off-reservation treaty rights to fish, hunt and gather in the ceded territories.

GLIFWC is committed to the preservation and enhancement of the natural resources so harvest opportunities will be available for generations to come.

GLIFWC strives to infuse Ojibwe culture and values into all aspects of its work.

P.O. Box 9 – 72682 Maple Street
Odanah, WI 54861


Dylan Jennings
(715) 682-6619

Green Schools Network

Wisconsin Green Schools Network (WGSN) connects with educators to explore natural and cultural systems and engage learners and leaders for thriving individuals and communities.

c/o Wisconsin Wildlife Federation
213 North Main Street
Suite 100
Poynette, WI 53955


Sandy Benton
(608) 616-9246 (800) 897-4161

Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve

The mission of the Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory is to protect birds of prey and other migratory birds in the Western Lake Superior Region through research, education, and stewardship.

PO Box 3006
Duluth, MN 55803


Margie Menzies, Education Program Director
(218) 428-8722